Bedeutung von “conspire” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb us uk /kənˈspaɪər/

[ I ] to join with other people to secretly plan to do something bad or illegal:

[ + to do sth ] He was convicted of conspiring to sell and supply drugs.
The king accused his advisers of conspiring against him.
conspire against sb; conspire to do sth

If events or a situation conspire against you, they cause problems for you:

Circumstances had conspired to ruin her plans.

(Definition von “conspire” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)